Terence M. Donnelly Honored by American College of Bond Counsel

Terence M. Donnelly Elected as Fellow of American College of Bond Counsel

8/13/2002
Detroit, Michigan - Dickinson Wright Member Terence M. Donnelly was recently named as a Fellow of the American College of Bond Counsel. This position, an honorary role with the College, is awarded to attorneys with more than ten years' experience in bond transactions who are nominated by their peers. Mr. Donnelly was nominated by three fellow bond practitioners in the Detroit area. The American College of Bond Counsel was formed for the purpose of recognizing lawyers who have established reputations among their peers for their skill, experience and standards of professional and ethical conduct in the practice of bond law. "I am very pleased to have been recognized with this honor, particularly given that the nomination and recognition comes from my peer group," said Donnelly. "It is gratifying to have my years of work in bond law be acknowledged with a Fellowship at the ACBC." Dickinson Wright, with offices in Detroit, Bloomfield Hills, Ann Arbor, Lansing, Grand Rapids and Washington D.C., has been a leader in the legal profession for 12 decades. As one of the country's top firms, Dickinson Wright has the breadth of experience and expertise to represent clients in all facets of their legal needs. IP Worldwide magazine recently named Dickinson Wright among the top law firms in the nation for legal representation in U.S. patent disputes. Corporate Board Member magazine recently recognized Dickinson Wright as one of Michigan's leading corporate firms.
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